Digicel Tonga

Widower wins in Digicel Tonga’s Back to School promotion

Tano’a, who is a widower, said the voucher will be used to get stationery for his two children.

He is the first winner of the week.

The next draw will be held on Friday next week.

Digicel has two other promotions available in the market.

1) Buy a 4G smartphone for just $99TOP (WOWI & DL) and get 5GB FREE Data valid for 7Days + FREE 1Hours for a month on PlayGo.

2) Get a FREE Home Internet LTE device with paying only your monthly subscription for as low as $60TOP for 25GB valid for 30days.

Cash prize winners in new Digicel Tonga SMS game

The main prize in the 'Fantastic Resolution' SMS game is $2500 TOP at the end of the month.

Customers who are interested in the game can text the word ‘happy’ to 1644 for just $0.39.

The player with the most points collected by the end of this month will be the one to beat.

The SMS Game is expected to end on the 31st of January with the chance for the top player to win $2500 Cash.

 

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When Digicel does Christmas, Everything is Ma’alahi!

Mafi Matapule Laumape of Pea won himself $2,500 pa’anga.

The 39-year-old is a single father and a seasonal worker who frequently visits Australia. 

Laumape is a loyal customer of Digicel for 10 years. 

He usually purchases the weekly voice bundle and international call bundle because of its affordability and convenience. 

Laumape said he is extremely excited to have won cash this week as it will help him prepare for his daughter’s school preparation this year.

Digicel’s Week 7 winner of the Ma’alahi Christmas Promotion

The 39 year old woman, who is a full time house wife with 5 children relies on her husband’s employment as their main source of income for the family.

Taufahema says, sometimes they receive money from relative overseas but after Christmas they have spent all their money on church functions etc.

Receiving the call from Digicel that she has won $2,500 cash was in total shock to her family as they had no idea they could have won such prize.

Taufahema usually buys an international call bundle to call her sister and families’ overseas and mobile data plans.

Digicel Tonga announces more winners of $2500 Ma’alahi Christmas promotion

Lautaha and Kaufusi have won $2500 cash.

Mother of two, Lautaha has been a Digicel customer for the past 3 years.

“Digicel provides cheaper rates/promotion especially mobile data,” she said.

Lautaha weaves and sells mats to support her family.

She said she will use the cash to renovate the family home as well as buy gifts for her children.

Sesilia Maue of Tokomololo, Sevaki Feao of Havelu, Penisimani Moa of Kolofo’ou also won 4G smartphones in the promotion,

Team Digicel visits Tonga communities this Christmas

Team Digicel visited senior citizens aged between 85 to 90 plus years across Tongatapu Thursday in an effort to spread the Christmas spirit.

The team delivered a hamper basket containing all the essentials.

The activity is a way of giving back to the community and especially customers who have stayed with Digicel since its inception in the market 10 years ago.

Corporate Social Responsibility is a key element of Digicel’s business and one that allows the company and staff to partner with external stakeholders and play a role in areas that need addressing.

Digicel Tonga acknowledges staff contribution with awards

The evening marked a moment of triumph for all the staff with an incredibly challenging year as a team having survived Tropical Cyclone Gita in February.

The event was about celebrating a year that brought everyone together, a year that despite the challenges the team continued to be steadfast and even though there were constant changes, they all stuck together.

That in itself demonstrated solidarity and defined unity. 

There were four awards presented;

Team Tonga spreads a Ma’alahi Christmas at Mango Tree Centre

Eighty children were treated to songs, Christmas gifts and a lunch hosted by Digicel.

The Disability Centre for Kids has been supported by Digicel for a number of years and it continues to produce fruitful results in the improvement of physical and intellectual disabilities particularly for children across the Kingdom. 

Mango Tree was officially commissioned this very month in 2013 by the Government of Japan.

Digicel Tonga CEO, Chief Judge at eAgro Workshop

The Project is called “Leveraging the Development of Local Food Crops and Fisheries Value Chains for Improved Nutrition and Sustainable Food Systems in the Pacific Islands” and it is in collaboration with the Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO), with a focus on Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Vanuatu. 

Digicel Tonga focuses on a Win-win partnership

The programme included participants from the Pacific region with a common goal to strengthen the capacity of Pacific Island Governments, farmer and private sector organisations and sub-regional institutions to develop strategies and programmes, as well as to mobilise finalising, that increase poor rural people's access to nutritious and healthy food. 

Mr. Thomsen's speech was around Digital solutions for Agricultural Challenges: Towards a win-win partnership with the private sector.